Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Tweeter Center on 2006-07-06
- Live concert
- Phil Lesh and Friends
July 6, 2006
source: Neumann km184> v2> sbm-1 (44.1 kHz)> optical 7pin> JB3
[DIN 90* DFC tapers section, Lawn]
transfer: JB3> firewire> Sound Forge 6.0> cdWave> FLAC Frontend
taped/transfered by Rob Clarke RobClarke.km184 -AT- gmail.com
disc 1 (set 1)
01. Jam ->
02. Doin That Rag
03. Deep Elem Blues ->*
04. Brown Eyed Women*
05. Next Time You See Me
06. Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)
disc 2 (set 2):
01. All Along The Watchtower ->
02. St. Stephen ->
03. Help On the Way ->Slipknot ->
04. Nobody Girl ->
05. China Doll ->
06. Nobody Girl ->
07. I Know You Rider ->
08. Slipknot ->
09. Franklin's Tower
disc 3 (encores):
01. Donor Rap/Intros
02. Going Down The Road Feeling Bad
03. Box Of Rain (w/o Trey)
* with Mike Gordon on banjo
2nd Set with Trey Anastasio
crowd noise between set 2 and encore removed
to burn on 2 audio CDs either
put the encores (disc 3) at the end of disc 1
Start disc 2 with Help on the Way (d2t03)
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|Doin That Rag|
|Deep Elem Blues ->|
|Brown Eyed Women|
|Next Time You See Me|
|Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)|
|All Along The Watchtower ->|
|St. Stephen ->|
|Help On the Way ->Slipknot ->|
|Nobody Girl ->|
|China Doll ->|
|Nobody Girl ->|
|I Know You Rider ->|
|Going Down The Road Feeling Bad|
|Box Of Rain|
Phil Lesh (bass, vocals)
Joan Osborne (lead vocals)
John Molo (drums)
Rob Barraco (keys)
Larry Campbell (guitar+)
- 2006-07-08 08:34:52
- JB3> firewire> Sound Forge 6.0> cdWave> FLAC Frontend
- Mansfield, MA
- Taped by
- Rob Clarke
- Transferred by
- Rob Clarke
- Tweeter Center
...and Trey delivers the supreme goods on that St. Stephen. I mean, holy moly! I'm not big on the big ballad break there in the middle - is it just me or does China Doll sound off-key? oh well, no matter - that Slipknot > Franklin's Tower brings it home.
Subject: great recording
Subject: Very fine recording
Subject: Kudos Rob Clarke
Nice job Rob Clarke.
Subject: Had to be there
The parking lots were happenin. Tents, vendors, i felt like I was at a festie in the tweeter center parking lot. I went jus ta few weeks later to a CSNY show there and th eparking lot was dead.
Between the music and the vibes, probably one of the great collaborations of our time, see them if they tour again
Subject: what a fun summer night!
Subject: great show
oh yeah, many kudos to rob clarke for both immediacy AND quality. righteous.
(four stars? aw, come on y'all; it didn't quite maintain that je ne sais quois if you know what i mean.)
Fine recording here...compliments the musical mountains climbed & conquered during the second set.
Subject: good stuff
Subject: nice one!
Here's a big box of gratitude to the taper! Believe it if you need it, or...
Subject: Musical Insanity!!
O MY GOD, the band is on fucking fire man. St. Spephen alone is worth the download. Great sound, great Jam!!
Subject: stag you are the greatest taper i ever knew
Subject: Great recording
Subject: sweet aud
Subject: Killer Recording!
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